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Fri Mar 21 17:16:03 2014 UTClccn-no950482180.00Economic crisis /0.410.95Money, markets and the news : press coverage of the modern revolution in financial institutions98431268Robert_Rubinno 950482183936122Rubin, Robert 1938-Rubin, Robert Edward 1938-ルービン, ロバート・Elccn-n78096864United StatesDepartment of the Treasurylccn-n92096593Weisberg, Jacoblccn-n79063888United StatesInternal Revenue Servicelccn-n86130265Gore, Albert1948-lccn-n98035609United StatesInternal Revenue ServiceCustomer Service Task Forcelccn-n78088975United StatesCongressSenateCommittee on Financelccn-no2002039441Duberstein, Kenneth M.lccn-no99031417Geithner, Timothy F.lccn-n81061396Council on Foreign Relationslccn-no2002039442Lucich, Daniel R.Rubin, Robert Edward1938-BiographyDocumentary television programsHistoryConference proceedingsUnited StatesUnited States.--Department of the TreasuryRubin, Robert Edward,Economic policyEmployeesFinance ministersFiscal policyTax administration and procedureInternational economic relationsHuman rightsDeveloping countriesInternational business enterprises--Social aspectsInternational economic relations--Social aspectsInternational finance--Social aspectsInternationalismGlobalizationInternational trade--Environmental aspectsFree tradeForeign trade and employmentCommercial policyLabor laws and legislation, InternationalEnvironmental policy--Economic aspectsForeign trade promotionShell Petroleum Development Company of NigeriaUnited Nations World Conference on Human RightsWorld Economic ForumAmnesty InternationalThailandSouth AfricaNigeriaGlobal March Against Child LabourIndonesiaGlobalization--Social aspectsPressRubin, RobertEconomic historyDay care centersChild care workersChild carePrivatizationLatin AmericaBush, George W.--(George Walker),IndiaSoutheast AsiaFree trade--Economic aspectsClinton, Bill,ChinaMarketsCompetition, InternationalFree trade--Social aspects19381960196419931994199519961997199819992001200220032004200520062007200820102011201323993557336.73092HJ2685092ocn039130295book19980.59United StatesReinventing service at the IRS : report of the Customer Service Task Force : [with a letter of transmittal by] Al Gore, Robert E. Rubin823ocn048483423book20010.93Building support for more open trade : report of an independent task force sponsored by the Council on Foreign RelationsWith the current slowdown in the world economy, the expansion of free trade is critically important to economic growth in the United States and abroad--and the United States must move forward on expanding trade now. That is the conclusion of this independent Task Force, which specifically recommends that Congress give Trade Promotion Authority, formerly known as "fast-track," to the president. Created to help break America's political deadlock on trade, and accepting that trade expansion contributes "to economic growth by promoting investment, encouraging competition and technological innovation, and reducing inflation," the Task Force reached two broad conclusions: trade expansion, when combined with complementary domestic policies, can help address the problems cited by labor, environmentalists, and others concerned with social issues; and the United States must move ahead on Trade Promotion Authority. The report outlines recommendations for building a stronger American political consensus on trade expansion. Among its other recommendations: the president should ask Congress for separate votes on individual trade agreements and programs, thus employing a "building block" strategy that will help build a durable base of confidence in, and political support for, trade expansion; the administration should more closely involve Congress throughout the trade-negotiating process, which includes developing broader and deeper contacts with congressional trade committees; Congress and the administration should agree to procedural reforms whereby trade agreements that affect U.S. domestic regulations would be subject to ordinary public notice, comment, and a review process. Failure to reach consensus, the Task Force Report argues, raises the danger of "a broader erosion of support for policies that are fundamental to economic success and rising standards of living in all countries."+-+2037451235701ocn042909716visu19990.70Globalization & human rightsDocumentary television programsDocumentary examining the clash between the trend of increasing economic globalization and international human rights advocacy. Investigates the impact of foreign economic influence on gold miners in South Africa, the petroleum industry in Nigeria, the collapse of the economy of Indonesia, child labor abuses in Thailand and the situation in East Timor152ocn043606803book19990.95Money, markets and the news : press coverage of the modern revolution in financial institutions135ocn249361911book20030.24Rubin, Robert EdwardIn an uncertain world : tough choices from Wall Street to WashingtonBiographyRobert Rubin was sworn in as the seventieth U.S. Secretary of the Treasury in January 1995 in a brisk ceremony attended only by his wife and a few colleagues. As soon as the ceremony was over, he began an emergency meeting with President Bill Clinton on the financial crisis in Mexico. This was not only a harbinger of things to come during what would prove to be a rocky period in the global economy; it also captured the essence of Rubin himself--short on formality, quick to get into the nitty-gritty. From his early years in the storied arbitrage department at Goldman Sachs to his current position as chairman of the executive committee of Citigroup, Robert Rubin has been a major figure at the center of the American financial system. He was a key player in the longest economic expansion in U.S. history. With In an Uncertain World, Rubin offers a shrewd, keen analysis of some of the most important events in recent American history and presents a clear, consistent approach to thinking about markets and dealing with the new risks of the global economy. Rubin's fundamental philosophy is that nothing is provably certain. Probabilistic thinking has guided his career in both business and government. We see that discipline at work in meetings with President Clinton and Hillary Clinton, Chinese premier Zhu Rongji, Alan Greenspan, Lawrence Summers, Newt Gingrich, Sanford Weill, and the late Daniel Patrick Moynihan. We see Rubin apply it time and again while facing financial crises in Asia, Russia, and Brazil; the federal government shutdown; the rise and fall of the stock market; the challenges of the post-September 11 world; the ongoing struggle over fiscal policy; and many other momentous economic and political events. With a compelling and candid voice and a sharp eye for detail, Rubin portrays the daily life of the White House-confronting matters both mighty and mundane--as astutely as he examines the challenges that lie ahead for the nation. Part political memoir, part prescriptive economic analysis, and part personal look at business problems, In an Uncertain World is a deep examination of Washington and Wall Street by a figure who for three decades has been at the center of both worlds. From the Hardcover edition+-+203050028581ocn162461394book20070.27Rubin, Robert EdwardIn einer unsicheren Welt : Überleben an der Wall Street und in Washington : Erinnerungen eines US-Finanzministers71ocn039229076visu19970.47The White House conference on child careHighlights problems relating to child care in America, including affordability, availability and the training of professional care givers. Proposes a body of legislation to address these problems. Various experts discuss the issues61ocn077622126visu20020.23The new rules of the game the battle for the world economyHistoryThe third episode in a 3 part series exploring the changing economic world in the 20th century: the clash between governments and the marketplace, the debate over the impact of globalization, and the forces shaping future economies. This episode tracks the global economy through the 1990s to the present. The focus is on American policy as both political parties embrace unfettered globalization over the objections of organized labor. Internet-linked financial markets, unrestricted capital flows and floating currencies drive levels of speculative investments while entrepreneurs create multinational corporations. As popular unease grows that the system is just too complex to be controled new opposition to globalization forms as the gap widens further between rich and poor+-+228425320632441ocn057678134com20030.92Development Cooperation ForumDevelopment Cooperation Forum human security and the future of development cooperationConference proceedingsThe Carter Center's Development Cooperation Forum was held Feb. 21-22, 2002, to take stock of the reforms of global development cooperation instituted over the last decade, focusing on poverty reduction. Following opening remarks by President Carter, Robert Rubin delivered a speech that highlighted the linkage between global human security and U.S. national security and called on the private sector and civil society to lead an urgent campaign of public education to generate greater public support for global development cooperation, particularly in the U.S. An important outcome of the Forum was President Carter's decision to attend the International Conference on Financing for Development in Monterrey, Mexico, in March 2002, to add his voice to those calling for greater generosity from donor countries to achieve the Millennium Development Goals41ocn050595049visu19990.81The crisisAugust 31, 1998 was dubbed "Black Monday." On that day the Dow Jones industrial average plunged 512 points, wiping out a year's worth of gains. World markets panicked. Fear spread that the global economy was facing meltdown. Unraveling what happened that summer of 1998, "The Crash" examines the underlying dynamics of a global economy that has created this new era of risk and instability. Critics say the "Washington consensus"--Advocating the free movement of goods and capital for developing countries so they can become successful market economies--fostered vulnerabilities in emerging markets which were an underlying cause of the crisis. So what began as a localized currency and financial crisis in Thailand, roared through the world's economy in 1998, bringing depression to Indonesia, economic meltdown to Russia, and deep fears about what would happen next in Latin America31ocn082556957book19990.81Boggs, J. S. GIn the Supreme Court of the United States October Term, 1998. J.S.G. Boggs, Petitioner, v. Robert E. Rubin, Brian L. Stafford, and Janet Reno, Respondents. on petition for Writ of Certiorari to the United States Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia Circuit : Brief Amici Curiae of31ocn847415983book2011Economic crisis22ocn675861386book20050.47Rūbin kaikoroku21ocn034981207visu19960.47Your money matters, 1996Describes the redesigned United States currency, including how to identify a bill's authenticity, and what to do if a counterfeit bill is received21ocn123360847visu20070.92U.S. business regulationSecretary of the Treasury Henry Paulson speaks about the state of the U.S. economy, conditions for economic growth in the United States and global markets, and the role of government in market regulation. Following his remarks, two panels of financial experts talk about capital market competition, investor confidence, corporate accountability, and compliance with new market regulations21ocn136786384book1997United StatesReport of the President's Working Group on Financial Markets on Recent Actions by Federal Agencies to Reduce Risks in Financial Markets21ocn214322198visu20070.92The Carter presidency lessons for the 21st centuryHistoryConference proceedingsProceedings and events, January 19, 2007: Welcome; first plenary roundtable part 1, "The Carter Reforms of the Vice Presidency," and part 2, "Reassessing the Carter Presidency: Seeking Lessons for the 21st Century" ; second plenary roundtable, "The Institutional Presidency: White House Organization and Interactions with Congress, Interest Groups and the Media," and a student panel, "Lessons Learned: Policy Advice for the 21st Century" ; third plenary roundtable, "First Lady Rosalynn Carter and Mental Health Policy: Fighting the Stigma of Mental Illness and Championing Reform," and a reception honoring Walter and Joan Mondale21ocn608243434book20100.47From recession to recovery to renewal an economic strategy to achieve broadly shared growth[T]he recession that began in 2007 has been one of the worst periods for American families since the Great Depression. Americans are living with the uniquely acute fears that are produced by economic insecurity. In this weak economic environment, much of government policy should be focused on the short and intermediate terms. In this paper, The Hamilton Project argues that even in these difficult times it is vital that we begin to confront the challenges that pose a greater risk to our long-run prosperity than the Great Recession. Our perspective is that America's future growth requires reprioritizing expenditures toward increasing workforce productivity, innovation and infrastructure, savings, and government effectiveness. However, the ability to make these investments is increasingly compromised by our difficult fiscal position. As part of this strategy to shift focus to long run prosperity, the United States should begin to confront the deficit as soon as the economic recovery has gained sufficient momentum. -- Abstract. (p.2)21ocn310116811file20080.47Path to prosperity an economic strategy to achieve more broadly shared growthToday, too many Americans are not fully sharing in our nation's prosperity. Real median wages have stagnated, income inequality has increased, and changes in the economy that have brought benefits have also brought new risks and insecurities. In response to these challenges, our nation needs to act now on three fronts. First, our national must make the right long-term investments to promote economic growth that is both strong and sustainable. Second, it is necessary to put in place economic policies that will better achieve broad-based participation in that growth. Third, for growth to be sustainable, it is necessary to restore sound fiscal policy, moving on a multiyear path to a sustainable fiscal position. This papers elaborates on the economic challenges and the recommended policy responses. It considers the commonly held view that promoting economic growth, broad-based participation in growth, and economic security may be contradictory policy objectives, but finds instead that these objectives are mutually reinforcing. It argues that while free markets are the cornerstone of economic growth, there is a necessary role for robust government action to support and supplement market forces and to help share the gains of growth more broadly. abstract (p.2)21ocn062882509visu0.92Great decisions, 2005Discussions of five major foreign policy issues facing the United States in 200513707ocn052127817book20030.24Rubin, Robert EdwardIn an uncertain world : tough choices from Wall Street to WashingtonBiographyPublisher's description: Robert Rubin was sworn in as the seventieth U.S. Secretary of the Treasury in January 1995 in a brisk ceremony attended only by his wife and a few colleagues. As soon as the ceremony was over, he began an emergency meeting with President Bill Clinton on the financial crisis in Mexico. This was not only a harbinger of things to come during what would prove to be a rocky period in the global economy; it also captured the essence of Rubin himself--short on formality, quick to get into the nitty-gritty. From his early years in the storied arbitrage department at Goldman Sachs to his current position as chairman of the executive committee of Citigroup, Robert Rubin has been a major figure at the center of the American financial system. He was a key player in the longest economic expansion in U.S. history. With In an Uncertain World, Rubin offers a shrewd, keen analysis of some of the most important events in recent American history and presents a clear, consistent approach to thinking about markets and dealing with the new risks of the global economy. Rubin's fundamental philosophy is that nothing is provably certain. Probabilistic thinking has guided his career in both business and government. We see that discipline at work in meetings with President Clinton and Hillary Clinton, Chinese premier Zhu Rongji, Alan Greenspan, Lawrence Summers, Newt Gingrich, Sanford Weill, and the late Daniel Patrick Moynihan. We see Rubin apply it time and again while facing financial crises in Asia, Russia, and Brazil; the federal government shutdown; the rise and fall of the stock market; the challenges of the post-September 11 world; the ongoing struggle over fiscal policy; and many other momentous economic and political events. With a compelling and candid voice and a sharp eye for detail, Rubin portrays the daily life of the White House-confronting matters both mighty and mundane--as astutely as he examines the challenges that lie ahead for the nation. Part political memoir, part prescriptive economic analysis, and part personal look at business problems, In an Uncertain World is a deep examination of Washington and Wall Street by a figure who for three decades has been at the center of both worlds+-+45820202852283ocn033220741book19950.76United StatesNomination of Robert E. Rubin : hearing before the Committee on Finance, United States Senate, One Hundred Fourth Congress, first session, on nomination of Robert E. Rubin to be Secretary of the Treasury, January 10, 1995323ocn137357239book20030.27Rubin, Robert EdwardDealing with an uncertain world : making decisions on Wall Street and in WashingtonBiographyThe former U.S. treasury secretary shares his thoughts on his career in the public and private sectors as he reflects on such issues as American economic policy, the political process, the global economy, and challenges for the future+-+203050028591ocn057677411book20040.07Rubin, Robert EdwardBu que ding de shi jieBiography72ocn059048691book20040.29Rubin, Robert EdwardZai bu que ding de shi jie = In an uncertain worldBiography42ocn061233414book20010.23Lu, JieMeiguo "cai shen' LubinBiography11ocn045806783art1997Rubin, Robert E+-+2037451235+-+2037451235Fri Mar 21 15:52:20 EDT 2014batch26262